May 2020

Found 9 blog entries for May 2020.

303 AkaloaEnjoy this brand new home built by a seasoned builder from the moment you step inside. Four bedrooms and two full bathrooms make up the 2,278 square feet home that sites on a 0.35 acre lot in Tahitian Village. Custom features were added throughout the home for your enjoyment.303 Akaloa

The open floor plan includes an oversized family room and dining room that open to a large kitchen. The kitchen includes an island, stainless appliances and an abundance of counter space and cabinets. A huge pantry provides even more storage as well.  

A spacious owner’s retreat offers a bathtub and walk-in shower tub & walk-in shower. A split bedroom floor plan adds privacy to your retreat as well. Enjoy all four bedrooms or use the fourth bedroom as your office if you work

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Home DecorWhether you have just moved into your new Bastrop home, it’s time to update your décor or you have never taken the time to add art to the walls, at some point you will want to enhance your living space with art and photos. With so many options to pick from, where do you start to find the perfect wall décor?

For many people, adding photos to their walls is a natural place to start. A portrait of your children or wedding can capture a wonderful memory that you get to see each day. Even if you choose to go the portrait route, how do you frame it? What size should it be and where should it go? One approach is to try to match the style of the photo to the purpose of the room. A formal space like a living room or dining room would look great with a formal

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1005 FM 2571Once in a lifetime opportunity to own this gorgeous ranch. The views from this property are truly spectacular and will provide breathtaking moments each and every day. Beyond the land, you will find a custom log home offering three bedrooms, two baths and 3,000+ square feet with guest quarters. A perfectly positioned porch maximizes the views from this property. This ranch is located at one of the highest elevations in Bastrop County and includes 293 acres to provide ample privacy and enjoyment. Panoramic views of the Colorado River and valley are just outside your door. The property also provides heavily wooded forests, native pastures, two ponds, rock outcroppings, canyons and Mill Creek. A variety of wildlife is found right outside your door including

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Home budgetWhen you are buying a new home, you are fixated on one price and that is the big one that you may be paying for over the next 30 years. While that is definitely the most important price, don’t let that be the only thing you think about. There are many other expenses you will encounter when purchasing a home and they could add up significantly. If you haven’t budgeted for extra items, don’t let them sneak up on you and allow your household budget to stretch beyond what you are comfortable.

Here are some of the additional expenses you should expect when you buy a home. Take these expenses into account before you buy so you aren’t surprised by them at closing.

Closing costs. Closing costs are part of every home transaction and can add up to thousands

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164 ComancheWelcome to this peaceful, country setting in Circle D. Four bedrooms and two full baths make up this 1,841 square foot home that sits on a 0.60 acre corner lot. The home has been impeccably maintained to provide you a truly move-in ready experience.

The home provides an open floor plan with ceramic wood-look tile throughout. Natural light is plentiful and abundant windows allow you to enjoy your natural surroundings. The kitchen provides a nice island with counter seating, granite countertops, a pantry, stainless appliances, a tile backsplash and plentiful cabinets. The home includes a spacious owner’s retreat with a large walk-in shower and separate tub. The split floor plan offers three additional bedrooms and one additional bath.164 Comanche

The property is

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Selling your homeWhen you decide you are ready to sell your Bastrop home, there will be many decisions to make like selecting a firm and agent to represent you, determining the correct list price and deciding when you want to list your home. Before you get to the listing stage, you will need to determine if you plan to sell your home as is or if there are improvements you want to make before listing.

Improvements come in all different sizes so depending on the age and condition of your home, there may be small improvements you can make or larger improvements that can change your home significantly. If you want to sell your home for its maximum value, it will need to be updated and have all systems in working order. What if your home isn’t in that condition currently?

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110 FrioThis home offers the perfect blend of contemporary comfort and exquisite detail that you will love both inside and outside. With three bedrooms and three full baths, 3,426 square feet and 4.23 acres of land, this home offers plenty of space to relax and recharge.

A beautiful entrance to the property leads you down a tree-lined drive to the limestone home. A sidewalk takes you to the home where you are greeted by a front porch, screened porch with slate floors and a gorgeous swimming pool and spa.  A double-sided stone fireplace is found in the family room and study. The family room opens to the screened porch. The kitchen offers an open design with an island and stainless appliances. An extra-large pantry is located off the kitchen.110 Frio

The master

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GarageWhen you bought your home, chances are your garage was a square or rectangular space with a concrete pad and unfinished or scratched white walls. While it is unlikely you will choose to enhance your garage like your interior spaces, your garage doesn’t have to be dull and lifeless. There are lots of changes you can make to an otherwise empty space so that it offers increased functionality and maybe even looks a little better.

While keeping our cars safe from the environment is the traditional purpose of the garage, that’s rarely all the space is used for. Take a walk through your neighborhood one evening and peek inside open garages to see all that people store in them. Tools, toys, lawn equipment, sports equipment, trash cans, fishing poles and many

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116 Mountain LaurelWelcome to this gorgeous open home! Custom designed limestone home with exquisite architectural details throughout the home. The home offers three bedrooms, two full baths and 1,979 square feet sitting on a 0.19 acre lot. Deep stairs lead you to the front door of the home where the beautiful front door is flanked by windows to let ample natural light inside. Step inside the front door to the open living space. A red sandstone fireplace with carved pine mantel accents the space and two built-in bookshelves add charm and function as well. Cherry hardwood floors provide the perfect flooring for this space.116 Mountain Laurel

The kitchen is cozy but still thoughtfully designed with plentiful cabinet space and stylish stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and two full

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